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to strengthen cooperation with us and asia this week sundays at eight thirty pm. seeming more and more. this week's journal as one greenwald gives us a preview of the next big revelation. find out what country is helping the less than a finance a hat the battles for stop and frisk won't be stopping anytime soon. we'll take a look at the latest regarding this and why he patted down and how the new mayor might be shaking things up for the better more details coming out. if you're short on cash why not sell your body bodily comments that it will be there not more and more americans are cashing in on everything from live daycare to fertile eggs will give you the number somewhat south later. michelle a fan it's due in november to help the key and washington d c time in your and a bit when you're watching our tea while edwards noted down to fall and as the weeks are far from over at least according to glenn greenwald greenwald is a former guardian journalist responsible for breaking the nsa surveillance story and he said there are indeed more uncanny documents to be released only this time i
of the station and this is one of the most commonly used systems in use right now mostly in north america developed by the city of montreal and also in use in london and melbou r.n. e and minnesota and boston san francisco bay area and soon to be in use in vancouver portland and seattle and so this system was designed in montreal to be seasonal so as a result it's a portable and modular system. what that means here we can deploy them quickly and easily without doing any excavation it simplifies deployment significantly they are battery powered using solar and as mentioned there's no excavation they are not even bolted down they are held down by their own considerable weight and the basic components consist of panels com prize -- there's a kiosk on there people that welcome up with a credit card and get a membership and one other i think one of the challenges i'll say so far the biggest challenge we've had and they have had this in other cities is communicating how the pricing for bicycle riding works so 2 tiers and in order to use this system you have to be a member so i'm an annual memb
the baby poops, when the baby eats, when the baby sleeps. it's cool. * farts guess who else uses facebook? all these vandals. i'm going to show you pictures and actual footage from the facebook to show you what they put on here. i'll go back to telling you guys how we got started. when i did get the graffiti, i told you, crap, this sucks. i have to do grace feet aloe, have to try to find out what these trigs are all about. when i was in s-r-o it was easier to deal with it in the school because that was my own little community. i can handle a little around the community of the school to help get the tigers. * when i started doing the graffiti, i felt like i was just pushing paper every day. how many of you guys actually investigate graffiti in here? do you feel that way sometimes? you're just pushing misdemeanor paperwork, here we go, here we go, here we go. well, i got this graffiti tracker program and i started putting that together and i'm like, how can we use this? * to get something bigger? i sat down with our county attorney then, rick romly. i said, this is what i want to do. i wan
to the san francisco board of supervisor's land use and economic development. i'm scott wiener and supervisor david chiu will be joining us shortly our clerk is lisa miller i want to thank sf tv. miss miller are there any announcements? >> items acted to know today will appear on the november 19th board of supervisor's agenda unless otherwise stated. >> thank you madam clerk can you start by calling item number 2? >> extend existing roadway. >> okay john from the department of public works. good afternoon. the department received a request from an applicant to reconstruct that portion to install a privately maintained drive way that will lead to his new garage. at that point the applicant was not ready he was working with neighbors and they are now currently ready and that's why this application is in front of the full board with recommendations for full approval. >> colleagues if there's no questions or comment we'll open it up to public comment. is there any public comment on item number 2? okay seeing none public comments is closed. colleagues do i have a motion to forwa
we are finding that it's useful because a lot of times there's a sense that the city's not doing enough to address homelessness, address crime, address those larger issues and so we have a point of contact and reference to work with, you know, on those larger issues. one of the things we also want to do is make sure we reach out to all communities so with the work of francis we're starting to reach out to the monolingual communities. >> [inaudible] enables us to work with pretty much most of the communities i think in the cross cultural situation. [inaudible] extends connection and establish network between merchants in the city. according to census 2010 chinese is one of the fastest growing population citywide. [inaudible] language barriers and cultural bias [inaudible] guiding merchants to [inaudible] for example before the super bowl 2015, we team up for [inaudible] middle mission. we establish the emergency action plan we conduct door do door with over 315 english, spanish and chinese speaking merchants to date. we educate on how to [inaudible] now we partner with the [inaudi
) >> and our last but not least is a young lady. (clapping) is a tenth grader of the boys and girls club i used to work there back in 1995 and she wasn't there. in her 8 years of attending the clubhouse she's completed over 6 hundred and 32 hours of community service (clapping) working on projects if a that immigrant workers she's traveled to go africa thank you so much for your contributions (clapping) >> yeah. >> so once again, we want to thank all our letters throughout their lives and people hope they continue to be the leader for california and the rest of the nation. >> (clapping) >> (speaking spanish.) >> so we would like to thank supervisor avalos and all the participants. please feel free to take a seat. we're going to go ahead and conclude the reception is following but wild to emphasize we appreciate here in the city and county of san francisco all the latinos that are out there working day in and out. i want to honor the folks who have clean up the places that workday in and out to sustain the city silently at times but we have roots here in this state. we fray many, many gene
>>> hello. welcome to "worldwide exchange." i'm ross westgate. the headlines today, u.s. treasury secretary jack lew tells cnbc he needs to see more specifics on china's economic blueprint and that market reforms must further. >>> jobless data in 30 minutes, will they underline an improving employment picture for the uk and prompt the bank of england to signal an earlier core inflation report? >>> the russians are drinking less, according to carlsberg. shares fall as the brewing giant lowers forecasts after missing expectations in the third quarter. >>> and the ceo tells cnbc he sees smoother sailing next year. shares up boosted by the forecast beating revenue figures. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. all right. welcome to the program. plenty to get through today. so on today's program, as some of italy's biggest luxury brands report third quarter earnings, we'll speak exclusively with the high-endmaker moleskin. >>> the french economy is expected to show pick up in the final months of the year, we'll be joined b
in the us to be re homed online via an underground market. never never use his demo on the other looking for kids when they're sick people were everywhere. we chilled to a young man hilarious take tragedy of today's online re adoption. top stories this hour. the stupid rules. he would be to match the news and comment. it's official america's relations with iran remain in a state of emergency. the sanctions regime includes nearly three decades ago has been renewed the timing of that given the failure to most of the wrongs make a program over the weekend but the white house says that he is learning and progress is being made on other fronts for whom has appointed a new diplomatic representatives to home two years off to an angry mob stormed the uk embassy in tehran. auntie sarah firth reports now from london. well monday nathan unbelief see each other countries now that is the continuation of the way if not the case that it cannot be titled coming on about because at that meeting at the weekend in geneva a fat that surrounds me to pray about and why nots actually considering the uk. of cou
.com/nbr. >>> clear for take off, american and u.s. airways settle anti-trust charges and will merge to become the world's largest airline. >>> healthy, new guidelines from the american heart association on the use of stat tants. will it be a game changer? >> happy holidays ahead? reports of earnings over the next couple weeks with a look at the strength of the consumer. that and more for "nightly business report" for tuesday, november 12th. >>> good evening everyone. i'm sue herrera in for system susie gharib. >> i'm tyler mathisen. welcome. the world's biggest airline is about to take off, they settled anti trust charges planning a merger for american airlines and u.s. airways but not before resting concessions aimed as protecting the consumer and making sure the new airline won't be too big. shares of u.s. airways ended about 1% higher, shares of american airlines that began trading on exchange after bankruptcy shot up 26%. let's take a look at what the changes may be in store at the combined airlines and what it means for travelers and investors. >> reporter: with more than 6700 flight as
. >> the surprising risks using corn to make gasoline. what our own investigation is uncovering from the gulf of mexico. plus, sky high, two cities compete for tallest building in the u.s. and the winner is: and we begin in the philippines. five full days after typhoon haiyan struck, help is on the way but for many time is running out, craig leeson joins us from sivu province. six days from the storm what's the priority right now? you. >> as you say thousands of people in some of these remote areas, particularly in the worse-hit in this cup and that's leitei province on the east coast where that tidal surge swept many people away. the priority of course is to ensure that all of the international aid that is pouring into the capital of the country in manila and also into sabu where we are here in the center of the country that that aid get to the people who need it most. it's been flown into tacloban which is the capital of plvmenteitei island, they are trying to get that distribution network working as much as possible. >> craig stand by, it is difficult to figure out how many people were ki
is gone, our uses, everything. there's nothin to ea there's nothing drink. >> reporter: in the rus, the wnpour today. the survivors tacloban are now trying to rebuild their lives, but the misery goes on. [ speaking in foign language ] >> reporter: what's happening to my country? we have no food. help is nocoming, she says. peopleere have become scavengers, desperate fofood and water. even the youngt are snatching what they can. 's called bliss, the ne of a housing prect for peopleho had lost their homes in past typhoons. thisime it was no safe haven. bliss is made up of a maze of narrow alleyways, and when the typhoon struck, filled with water within seconds to above roof heights. and yet most survived, quickly imbing high enough to escape. somelearly happy just to be alive. but living is hard. long lines for empty shelves, dicines are rationed. as t evening approaches, barricades are manned, with e military. the people of tacloban fend for themselves as many strgle to get out. some do find space on departinplane and make it to manila, hundreds of mis and a world away while at th
correctvth it building for decades. when i was a member of the board of supervisors, all of us wondered why we hadn't done anything there and the mayor thought the same. >> if an earthquake happened, the building was uninhabitable. it sat there vacant for quite a while. the city decided to buy the building in 1999 for $2. we worked and looked at ways that we can utilize the building for an office building. to build an icon i can building that will house a lot of city departments. >> the san francisco public utilities commission has an important job. we provide clean, pristine public drinking water to 2.6 million people in the san francisco bay area from the hetch hetchy regional water system. with also generate clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san francisco bay and pacific ocean. >> in 2006 the puc was planning a record number of projects. >> the public utilities commission is a very infrastructure-rich organizat
or a five gallon container of water able to use on a regular basis, both for bathing and cooking as well as for drinking. >> we have this big container and also in people's homes they have a hot water heater. >> absolutely, if you clean your hot water heater out regularly you can use that for showering, drinking and bathing as well >> what other things do people need to have aren't their home. >> it is important to have extra every day items buy a couple extra cans of can food that you can eat without any preparation. >> here is a giant can of green giant canned corn. and this, a manual can opener, your electric can opener will not be working not only to have one but to know where to find it in your kitchen. >> yes. >> so in addition to canned goods, we are going to have fresh food and you have to preserve that and i know that we have an ice chest. >> having an ice chest on hand is really important because your refrigerator will not be working right away. it is important to have somebody else that can store cold foods so something that you might be able to take with you if you have to le
that the products are safe for use on all heritage buildings. and so that's how we've been able to handle our heritage buildings. >> i think most of my experience here in the states is it has more to do with the qualifications -- if it's designated listed historic property, then it tends to shift over to the qualifications have to be somebody that has a certain degree and conservation or that kind of thing. so, it's probably similar. it's some qualification type program. >> alrighty, thank you. i have a question over here. somebody get back here, if i could get you to stand up. your name is frank? >> yes. i've got two questions. one for marty and one for larry. marty, how many officers do you have dedicated to your graffiti program? and also larry, how many painters or staff is in your graffiti abatement program? >> great questions. >> well, i'm the graffiti guy, graffiti abatement guy. [laughter] (applause) >> as far as the guys i use on my paint overs, i have a group of 3 to 4 guys and i pick them -- they're hand picked by me. i tend to pick guys who are patient, good with kids, guys who ar
another day without food and water. >> the u.s. government is helping us and various other international governments are helping us. we continue to bring support to people affected. >> the relief supplies are not getting to those that need it most. the government sending in troops to control the looting. also at the airport survivors determined to go back to the disaster area, despite all they'd been through. >> imagine if you will, the courage of these people here in cebu at the air force base. many of them from mr during the storm. they are waiting here for a c130 hercules to arrive, to take them back into the devastated area. why? in those bags are food and water - things that they say their family needs to survive. these survivors say the government aid is not reaching families fast enough, and going back is their only option. >> i'm scared, but i have - i have no choice. i have no choice. my family is in tacloban. >> international relief is on the way. the united states has directed the carrier, the uss "george washington" to head to the philippines who provide support. u.s. marine
and water. president obama ordered two more military ships to the region, their helicopters will be used to deliver supplies and help with evacuation. 22 countries are rushing money and aid to the philippine islands. >>> the face of flying is about to chaining, the justice department signing off on a merger between american airlines and u.s. airways. it will bet world's biggest. >>> two medical organizations are recommending new guidelines that could double the amount of americans taking cholesterol-related drug stattens. they are being encouraged to prescribe higher doses to people. >> hawaii is on the verge of passing same-sex marriage. the legislature has passed the deal. the governor will sign it in the morn. it will boost tourism by $217 million. "america tonight" is up next and you can get the late u.s. news online at aljazeera.com. >> every day, events sweep across our country. and with them, a storm of views. how can you fully understand the impact unless you've heard angles you hadn't considered? consider this... antonio mora brings you smart conversation that challenges the sta
program. caroline kennedy sworn in as a u.s. ambassador to japan, the first woman to hold the post. she expected to gravel there friday and will meet with the prime minister after that. >> those are the headlines at this hour. "america tonight" is up next. i'll see you tomorrow night. you can get the latest news on line at al jazeera. have a great night. >> robert, you said that you're planning on heading there yourself. >> probably within the next few weeks, yeah. we have our real experts on the ground that are there right now, and as managers, we try to stay out of their way and let them do what they need to do to save kids. >> best of luck on the ground. they need all the help they can get. vice president with the department of humanitarian response for save the chirp. thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you. >> coming up, we're going to continue our coverage of typhoon haiyan. a disturbing report on why girls are less likely than boys to be saved when a disaster strikes. that's coming up after the break. >> budget cuts at the pentagon and now brand new military aircraft are b
that the administration has made to nato to take the u.s. deployment of u.s. missile defenses to defend the u.s. from europe in to deployment of nato missile defense to nato to defend nato. that was the fundamental shift that occurred in september of 2009. to take system that was able deploy against possibly ten incoming missiles and put in place a nato system under nato command and control put the deference of nato countries. that is the kind of commitment to deterrence that we put in place. we put in place contingency plan to make sure that every nation that is a member of nato has a plan to be defended. that was an important contribution to deterrence. we just completed this month -- this week, last week. the first major article r5 last exercise. the alliance was conducted in the last ten years. many of the country nas participated in the exercise had never participated in an article five exercise and we just completed that. those are the kinds of steps that matter for collective desks. far more than the nuclear weapons you have. particularly when the cost of modernizing the nuclear weapons runs i
and the first thing we'll do is i'll use my conventional forces, and if that fails, use strategic forces. i tell you, it's going to turn around. don't think about it in a nuclear sense, but think strategic first, coming from great distance or no distance, to solve a problem. last, think about the conventional forces and moving and huge costs of standing armies and moving them to the problem. it's just the reality we have to deal with, and how we're going to do that, how are we going to afford it, those are the the questions, i think, that we're going to, as an alliance, come to grips with and understand how to do that; ours, we're not matching resources and capabilities with the security that we desire to have. >> thank you. >> other than that i'm in a good place. >> that leaves a good place. the leading expert brings a dose of reality, make it a concern, particularly such with europe. when you hear those speakers, particularly john cartwright's point about, you know, we have to be ability to exercise and leverage increasing speed and deploy our forces. do you see this happening in nato? is nato
the land free and clear. we have basically two options before us. one was to move forward with eminent domain on the lease portion and the other option was to purchase the property on the open market. we negotiated with the owner. our offer is 10 percent above. what is critical on this particular item is that if we do not have the wells in place we'll spend 3 million $3 million to make a safer work environment and have the ability to sell it after the construction is complete. >> i thought i read here that they are going to lease it? >> they are going to lease it back for a short period of time until they move off the property. they will lease just the house area because the plans were to sell the house and retire. >> so how much are we going to lease it for? >> the lease is basically it's a free lease back as part of making this transition happen because the current lease on the well has expired. so as a counter for not having us vacate the wells, they will lease back during the move out period. >> for free? >> yes. >> they have maintenance obligations so they will maintain the proper
it will allow us to do that in a very deliberate way. >> so this venue is still needed in china town? >> it's still needed at this time. >> my recollection was that this was originally part to be intended a citywide neighborhood city hall kind of program where there would be a presence in each neighborhood of their government. and this is the only one that remains? >> i believe that is correct. so most of the online, most of the in person payments are done at our headquarters at 525 golden gate. >> any other parts of the city that seem to need that service? >> there is a list here as far as all the payments and, let me see, we have our 525, city hall we have dots printing and stationery and then we also do the online payments as well as mail payments. this is the only other physical location besides city hall besides the 525 golden gate. >> is this where there was a commissioner with a conflict of interest? >> i don't recall that in the last 5 years anyway. >> a little local color. >> when did you join ? >> this will be year 6, 2008. >> yes, this goes back to 1999. >> i'm new. thank you. >>
that how we are portrayed is accurate but if it's useful for the intended purpose it should be what the public cares about. as far as how we measure them, there is a couple, i think you have answered my right -- question. the power we are talking about is the treasure islands and hunters point. that is not something that the city enjoys or has relevance for. in item 3, you talk about the combined power of sewer and water of being less than 2 1/2 percent of average income. we have used the two 1/2 for water and sewer objective and this through power in there. >> i wanted to correct that, i'm glad you mentioned it. i will take the brunt for that. the correction measurement is two 1/2 percent excluding power. >> you should know that i hate that measure. the reason i do, and we've been using this for years and it makes absolute sense in the bond rating business. it's a measure of stress on a community's economy. from that standpoint it makes all the sense of the world. where it doesn't make sense is to an awful lot of people. the average income that we are basing on is over $70,000. t
have been influenced by, quote, emotional drama. the u.s. state department confirms that two americans are among the dead. there's new video that appears to show people inside a mall in the hard-hit city of tacloban. many stores and homes have reportedly been stripped bare by survivors desperate, of course, to get food and water, but there is somewk test. test. test. test. test. test. in california one provider said it will grant a two-month extension for over 100,000 customers but still some estimates have more than a million people losing their insurance plan in that state alone. in an effort to spark those interested in signing up for health care, the latest ad from two group, colorado consumer health initiative and progress now are drawing some eye rolls. an ad touting obama care reads let's hope he's as easy to get as this birth control. my health insurance covered the pill which means all i have to worry about is getting him between the covers. i got insurance now. you can too. the group has also done ads featuring a ryan gosling cutout. girls taking shots off of skis and, of cou
-raising grant, did any of these grants help us to make-up the shortfall that we still have the budget last time? >> yes, actually this top two, then. >> great job. thank you. melanie, and one, quick question about the party which was great, you know, we at one point there was 200 folks and at one point, i noticed that there were four commissioners, just as a point of clarification from the city attorney, what is mr. brown and his brown act say about the four commissioners? we can say hey what is going on, i like your shoes and good party and we can't talk about the environment commission business? >> we were not using survey monkey at the party. >> yeah. >> if you want to go ahead i will find the exact. >> okay, just curious, because there might be a time when all seven of us are there celebrating, what do we do, we look the other way and we just say, you know, what happened to the 9ers this weekend? what do we do? >> we under no circumstances will talk about that. we could talk about the english premier league you will get at least two of us interested in that. subject matter. >> okay. and the
. i googled michael jackson's death and i got the date. so, you just use that and you keep going and put it all together. it makes a big case. this is like one of the biggest things we use is graffiti tracker. i'll show you guys a little bit about it real quick. let me log on. down there in tucson or casa grand -- don't beep at me. hey. what's that big tager you have down there? either one. >> [inaudible]. ger you have down there? either one. >> [inaudible]. >> i put you on the spot. * >> i think it's smoker. >> smoker? hold on on that. >> [inaudible]. >> as you can see, once you pull on the graffiti tracker, you have -- this is what the activity is in phoenix right now. i can tell you my top 10 right now, my most active taggers are size, toke, miller, merk, miller, rats, break, i know eight of those right now i have identified. still got to go out and check them. the way we like to do t though, once we identify them, we like to sit down and catch them in the act. it's easier to do in court and make a big case after you catch them in the act. what did you say? you got merc? let's
into a drought and people start using less which is a good thing, we have to do rate increases so they end up getting, the feeling is that you are paying more to get less and factored covered the fixed cost but it feels wrong and it's a tough sell when you are trying to get people to do the right thing and somehow aligning the rate and cost structure would be to our benefit. part of that also is there is this perverse functioning of how we pay for conservation and reclamation. the fact is that every continue evasion project that we authorize raises water rights, that's kind of an odd thing but it's absolutely true, same thing with reclamation. the more we do, the harder it is to say we want more. i'm thinking we should probably take a look at whether it makes sense to have a conservation fee that is a fixed charge and that couldn't just be conservation, but the idea is that this is a commitment that needs to be funded that over the long-term it will improve the portfolio and the metric water in the system and we know it's going to cost money and we can be honest with people upfront and say it
of humanitarian response for save the chirp. thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you. >> coming up, we're going to continue our coverage of typhoon haiyan. a disturbing report on why girls are less likely than boys to be saved when a disaster strikes. that's coming up after the break. >> budget cuts at the pentagon and now brand new military aircraft are being sent straight to the boneyard. is this your tax dollars fast at work? >> brand new military airplanes coming straight off the assembly line, then moth balled. the department of defense spent more than half a billion of your tax dollars on the c27j spartan. why aren't those plains being used? is the spartan a prime example of government mismanagement and waste? i traveled to the biggest military storage facility in the u.s. in tucson, arizona to get answers. >> collecting dust in the arizona desert, the u.s. military's new fleet of c27j spartans. at about $30 million apiece, the cargo planes sit idle, without a mission that, a casualty of sequester cuts. >> the air force had to find a way to reduce their budget and they chose to d
much. want to talk about this melt-up that continues. joining us right now to talk more about markets, brian, nath nathan, michele perry higgins author "the everything binder." thank you for joining us. >> thank you. michelle, let me kick it off with you. talk to us about who is buying this market. got a market at an all-time high tonight. 70 points higher on dow jones industrial average. is this institutional or retail or both? >> i think it's a little of both, maria. the retail side, they've had a confusing year, as you look at what's going on right now. we've seen historical highs on equities, our fixed income, alternative space not such a great year. i have those retailers on the sidelines who are wanting to jump in right now and are excited to jump in. they think they might have missed the party. but i would say be very cautious. >> yeah. i mean, we talked to the ceo of schwab, nathan, this week, and he basically said, i'm not seeing it? i'm not seeing the individual investor back in this market. what do you think? >> i agree with you. i won't see it either. it's not like people
with a disability. joining us in our panel today are dr. h. westley clark, director, center of substance abuse treatment, substance abuse and mental health services administration, u.s. department of health and human services, rockville, maryland. john de miranda, executive director, national association on alcohol, drugs and disability inc. and president and chief executive officer, stepping stone of san diego, san diego, california. dr. barbara l. kornblau, j.d., disabilities attorney and professor, school of health professions and studies, university of michigan-flint, flint, michigan. ed hammett, consumer advocate, marbury, maryland. dr. clark, how many people in the united states have a disability? that number is not exactly clear, but we estimate roughly 53 million people have a disability, and it may be larger because, again, it turns on new classification schema. but at least 53 million. john, how do we define a disability? well, a disability is really kind of a legal and an administrative term. and in some quarters you might be considered disabled, but by another jurisdiction you migh
anything in the u.s. we're getting bumped in. two press confraszs, 25 judges to decide which u.s. city is number four, for now. number four, for now. ac starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good evening everyone. i'm anderson cooper like from tacloban airport in the philippines are five days after typhoon haiyan, desperation set in. there is little food, little water and there are many, many people in need. many people are trying to get out of here, out of the airport. there are scenes of people lining up all around me. they have been lining up here all night long and just wait at the airport. they frankly have nowhere else to go because out there on the other side of the camera, is what remains of tacloban and it is not a pretty sight. dead bodies laying out near the wreckage of people's homes, people sleeping out in the streets with little food, little water, and few answers, frankly, about the relief effort. we're going to try to get answers over the course of the next hour. i just want to bring you up to date on what that we have seen in the last 24 hours. it's bee
. giving us time to import -- overview the important work, par them to make responsible financial institutions and promote fair competition and enable access to financial services for all americans. the cfp be has made good progress. undergone has critical analysis of the most common financial products in a consumers life, including mortgages, student loans, credit cards, and has taken action to improve the consumer experience with these products. for example, for student loans, the bureau has focused on key elements towards paying for college projects that she minds for students and educators. the cfpb has proven to be a strong enforcer of consumer law and has shown a no tolerance policy for -- refunds for harm consumers. this analysis and strong enforcement would not be possible without the ability to collect data. the cfpb is the first federal agency to look at financial products and companies that had no supervision and about which nobody has had had information. collectral agencies data to inform their supervision of the marketplace. and fdical reserve fpberstand as does the
. >> the face of flying is about to change. a merger has been signed off between american airlines and u.s. airways. it will make it the world's biggest. >> organizations recommending guidelines to double the amount of americans taking stattens. doctors are asked to consider more factors like smoking, high blood pressure. and family history. they are asked to diagnosis regardless of levels. >> the state legislature passed the bill in hawaii for same-sex marriage. it will boost tourism by $217 million. those are the headlines. "consider this" is up next. get the latest news on lines at aljazeera.com. >> desperation is growing by the hour in the philippines five days after enduring the terrifying typhoon. survivors are struggling to get food and water. consider this, with so much death and destruction, what is happening with the hampered relief efforts. >> is bill clinton undermining the white house on health care? we'll look at the building tensions in the democratic party over obamacare. >> is the new face of alcoholism female? the surprising number of women who are struggling with the bot
miss julie lan bont will be leaving us soon and we have replaced her. dan came to us from montgomery watson who was vice-president and ran the water resources division. since coming to us he's woshthd -- worked as the regional manager to parks and $1.3 billion worth of work and the project that we are most in construction. it's a very good transition for us to move dan from the regional manager to the project director role and i hope that you will support him in his future role endeavors. thank you. >> i think you have also answered one of my questions that will this be the last time that we hear from julie. >> unfortunately i will be out of town during the last two remaining meetings. >> that will force me to say nice things now then. >> i was going say nice things. >> let me beat you. first of all, i like to see people getting their just reward. you have given this enterprise and the city far more than a hundred percent for a long time. and you are having the opportunity to move on to a better opportunity i think is just wonderful. we will miss you but i think that's a wonderful t
did he density of residents topography bicycle use walking there's a few more as well i can't think right now but i'd be happy to follow up with you on those we have a whole paper to explain the methodology. so if you zoom in on the suitability city wide obviously and if you look in the black and upper right our initial service area then you look at upper market and the mission, these are areas of extremely high suitability for bicycle sharing and when you look at soma -- we skipped a large number of the stations early on there are pockets of extremely high suitability but there's also pockets next to high suitability. in terms of prioritizing makes sense to go with the suitably areas so this is exciting too. these are maps i haven't is shown yet. much like other cities we hosted a bicycle sharing crowd sourcing map on our website allowing people from the public to go to the website and placing a dot suggesting a bicycle sharing station likewise you could like somebody's dot and so that graphic which i don't have is not that elluminating itself but using advanced mapping software
and the website had problems and as bill you said, the enrollment is so much less than expected, the u.s. senators are now trying to make sure they keep the senate going into the 2014 election. they have other fish to fry, not just going after obama. this is the first time we've heard publicly the president speak about president obama since double down came out, the book last week, where there were perhaps some unflattering things said about bill clinton, alleged to have been said by president obama. there is this history. i don't think you can ignore the fact that there was hillary care before obamacare and in 2016, hillary clinton is going to run for president and this is the biggest booster. >> dianne feinstein said she'll co sponsor a bill allowing people to keep their insurance indefinitely. senator of west virginia working on delaying fines. we've got democrats who are endangered next year in their elections who have gone to the white house and called the approximate the to task on all this. is there something brewing within the democratic party on obamacare? >> it's called terror. what's ha
there have been treated. meanwhile president obama this week reiterated his intention to close gitmo. the u.s. census bureau said this week that the number of poor people in this country is really higher than officials had thought, 49.7 million, about 16% of the population. economists and others report that not only are the poor getting poorer and the rich richer, but the american dream is fading fast. more and more poor people say they can't see or imagine how they will ever be better off. we have a lucky severson story today on some of the voices saying the problem is economic, social, political and theological, too. >> london tatum with her 4-year-old daughter julianna at a campus daycare center. she's finishing her bachelor's degree at the university of massachusetts in amherst but she has concerns about the future. >> education is really important, but it's kind of where do you go from here. i feel like it's kind of like hopelessness. >> tom juravich is profferer in massachusetts writing about workers in the american workplace for over 25 years. his most recent book is about the struggli
exports despite the recent progress in talks between iran, u.s., and five other world powers. iran would see a limited relief and sanctions in return for suspending some nuclear activities. the negotiations are set to resume next week in geneva. john kerry is meeting with senate banking committee members today in a bid to delay a sanctions vote. on tuesday, white house press secretary jay carney said congress should give the talks a chance rather than leave u.s. -- lead the u.s. on a march to war. box this administration has imposed the most crippling sanctions in history against iran. we appreciate the leverage the sanctions have given us and we appreciate the partnership that congress has given us. in that effort. but this is a decision to support diplomacy and a possible peaceful resolution to this issue. the american people, justifiably and understandably, prefer a peaceful solution to prevent iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. in this agreement, if achieved, has the potential to do that. the american people do not want to march to war. box the israeli government has frozen one of
government needs to honor that pledge. also, what do you get when you merge u.s. airweights with american airlines? the joke may be one less frustrating airline. but what you really get is the world's largest carrier. details on what that might mean for you and future travel. the sports world electrified by a pair of 18-year-olds and the two best played last night. i've got to dust up my hoop highlight skills. this is "way too early." >>> good morning. brian schactman here, wednesday, november 13th. a little bit later a little sneak peek at what a lady gaga "saturday night live" will look like. for now let's just put the humor aside for a bit and we want to get you updated with what's going on in the philippines. the death toll has been lowered significantly. we still don't know the full extent of the damage and the loss of life. the country's president now says up to 2500 people were likely killed in the storm. he says earlier estimates of 10,000 may have been influenced by, quote, emotional drama. the u.s. state department confirms that two americans are among the dead. th
and residents. so by us contracting directly with the artists themselves that will not be an option so we will have to work with the artists to give them gowns on specifically go what insurance they need to arrange for. >> this is a requirement for example, the emergency room artists have to have we talk about that. >> so are we ready to vicinity open the item. okay roll call on item 33. (calling names) . 6 i's. >> superintendents first reading. board members proposals for boards first reading. may i have a voided on after student programs >> this item is referred to the budget and a curriculum committee. and so moving on wool now at item f board minutes reports. i want to remind board members we have closed session we need to go into after this. report from the ad hoc committee >> yeah. thank you very much. we had an ad hoc committee on personal matters the the highlights of the executive summary 21 percent of the teachers quite after one year of teaching. half of the teachers will not be in the district after 5 years. 60 to 80 percent have teachers are leaving voluntarily. the afric
about sixteen billion us dollars in china for skiers to the record of the broken one after another when it comes to me until recently. it resulted in many provincial government's choosing the dough went to get more revenue. the chinese cover lead in the first three quarters of the year the average revenue per telling when the first tourist cities like beijing shanghai one joke and the hundred billion yuan about fifteen billion us dollars only one joe got about ten billion dollars in income by selling brand in the past ten months of this year the central government tried to increase when applied to curb highly in christ and that it didn't seem to work. the shanghai government down. that would increase thirty percent when applying to the thirteenth novel in prices in shanghai are still paying high the highly impressionable the push of the price of houses as a result the national bureau of statistics. we painted timber house prices in cities like shanghai and tell the truth of more than twenty percent don't go away because of that money matters. we're talking about dating mandatory fun. ta
a lot of work. there are about three or four of us on staff that have done -- i have done this kind of work in rhode island. i have received grants before. when we sat at the meeting, we all do great work and i don't think my organization deserves it anymore or less than anyone else. i left that meeting saying we need to get our grant together and do it in a way that it's written and get everything in order and get it in. that's grant writing. it's not creative writing. it's getting it done. this has been pretty consistent with the project. i just wanted to come and give my two $0.02 about it. >>> what does your organization do? >> we provide access to the community to glass working. we are an arts organization. anybody that knows anything about glass is it takes a lot of equipment, a lot of resources. it can sometimes be exclusive. >> they are glass blowers? >> essentially, the casting, the whole realm around it. >> how long have you been in san francisco ? >> 10 years. the place i'm with has been around since 1997. we just want to make it available to everyone. that's what this
priestley -- previously with the commission using an appropriation and we will file for every potential dollar whether it be insurance or federal funding. the funding now is the assistance grant funding and in addition to the governor's declaration for california disaster act funding as well. the application tomorrow is for the state money. and then we will also be file an insurance claim over the next few weeks. so with that, happy to answer any questions and, we are working on the presidential declaration appeal as well with the governor's office as well as the state. >> that was answering my question. thank you. >> next item i would like to reverse the order, the quarterly budget status report. >> this will be a very quick item. this is our quarterly report to show how we are doing with our operation with our nearly one $1 billion budget and we like to show where we are saving in cost to help to keep rates as low as we can. this report does that. there are a couple of brief slides in your packet. the news to report is that retail water and revenue are better than budget from sales,
justice would advocate for an increased use or implementation of pretrial services at the local level and some on this panel will speak with more detail on that. >> let me ask miss dewint that you are obviously part of the bail association and the president of the organization, you have decades of experience. critics have argued that your association and other associations like it use their influence by way of lobbying to protect the groups financial interest. i'm wondering if you can respond to that and perhaps give us an idea what kind of lobbying your organization does? >> thank you. first of all let me thank jeff and the san francisco public defenders office for this 10th year of the justice submit summit. thank you and i don't have a prepared speech. i do want to address some of these misconceptions. there is a bail reform and we are part of the reform. we are proud to say that we are part of our regulatory agency with the department of insurance to reestablish the industry. but alongside of that we are not a one size fits all industry. there is a place for the criminal justice
. one wah is a wonderful grant of quilt making program in the university and innovative use of the arts with recycled material working with women in the salvation army bayview hunters point ministry. you will see this all within the bayview hunters neighborhood and all will be expanding their grant making. really to wrap it up, the grants are under way. we are beginning to see some program attic activities taking places. we have not begun the next round of funding to begin in january and we are looking forward to some of the outcomes of these programs. all of them are required to have a public performance aspect to it. all of them are required to submit final reports. i look forward to the opportunity to coming back and sharing some of the successes and data and some of the i believe creative grants program. that's my presentation. i'm happy to answer any questions. >> commissioner ? >> how much? >> $100,000. >> so the groups that were selected will have an open process? >> it's very important to the arts commission that we do an open process. i should say one other thing about it. one
and they used the title and city and county. let me just centeres this here. i think there is a new day in the community which i'm presenting as a community reform. you got reforming everything else except community reform. now, my concept is that i'm not going present it now because somebody will steal it but it's about changing and dropping and flopping it. this means bring forth what we call community driven programs that come from the community. basically we don't need to you bring your consultants from your department and do something in our community wechl don't need white individuals speaking for black individuals saying what we need to do. we are all well capable. we know all about the city and county. ladies and gentlemen, this is ace on the case and i will speak on public comment on something else. >> thank you for your last words. that is the last item for public comment for item 7a. i will try to summarize and my colleagues will correct me if i miss anything. we did hear from the arts commission. it was scheduled originally for november 26th, that meeting may not take place
given us longer bull runs. the one in the 1990s gaining 4000% before the tech bubble must early 2,000. still the average bull rally, is five years which means this is running longer than most. does the stock market still have room to run or is it setting up for a big correction? jim lowell managing $726 billion, jim, good to see both of you, jim lowell, let me start with you. just because the market is up 25%, just because the market is up 161% since march of 2009, is that a reason for my viewers to be concerned about their investments? >> no, it's not. but if it's the only reason you're thinking of investing in this market is because it is up, i recommend that you step to the side and reconsider what you mean by investing an how you few yourself as an investor. the reality is peak markets, in trough market there is are always key opportunities. the key is to figure out the find of managers, the track records that body well for these kinds of conditions. the reality is that the global market especially as you look at europe and the emerging markets, they have not been as robust as
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